Tagged: android market
An overnight update has added the Music category to Android market for some users. The version number still remains the same at 3.3.11, though the new option is there.
To use the music feature you also have to download the new Google Music app from Android Market. This should give Android devices a little bit of an edge over the iPhone with all it’s new features that iTunes lack.
Stay tuned for a more in depth look.
Alright folks. It appears that Google has been at it again and released another update for Android Market.
A few features that are noteworthy are that you can use Googles new + feature to rate apps and games, and it now has the capability to set a pin number to be able to purchase an app (anyone with kids with appreciate this!)
So sign up and download it today, it’s free!
Some “Best of the Best” accessories for your Android phone:
Have you ever wanted to check out an app without having to buy it first? Or simply wanted to see it in action and interact with it before you download it to your phone? Sick of the not-so-generous 15 minute return period you get with the Android Market? Well than you need to check out Amazon’s Test Drive.
Test Drive is basically an Android emulator that runs in your browser window. It gives you a 30 minute window to try out the app, using your mouse as touch input and your keyboard to type, without having to buy anything, or download anything. They have thousands of apps that you can do this with too.
So give it a shot and see what you think!